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  • Honda builds 10 millionth Accord, 20 million autos total in U.S.

    Honda builds 10 millionth Accord, 20 million autos total in U.S.
    The 10 millionth U.S.-built Honda Accord rolled out of the automaker’s Marysville, Ohio, plant Thursday, bringing the total number of vehicles the Japanese automaker has built in the U.S. to 20 million. Honda's four U.S. factories built more...
  • GM to build $1.3-billion Cadillac factory in China

    GM to build $1.3-billion Cadillac factory in China
    The Chinese appetite for luxury automotive brands, including Cadillac, has become so great that General Motors has won government permission to build a $1.3-billion factory near Shanghai, the automaker confirmed Tuesday. The Chinese National Development...
  • 3-D printers bring quirky eco-car to life

    3-D printers bring quirky eco-car to life
    Kor Ecologic Inc. founder Jim Kor has been described as a shaggy introvert and hermit. Yet this engineer is out to change the world with the Urbee, a unique hybrid vehicle that dares to be plastic, can zip across the country on 10 gallons of fuel and...
  • Plantation High School's "Little Shop of Horrors" brings to life the show that gives all plants a bad name

    Don’t feed the plants!  No seriously, don’t feed them.  Plantation High School’s production of “Little Shop of Horrors” brought to life the eerie, yet funny show that gives all plants a bad name.               ...
  • It's Shopping Saturday! Save with our huge list of retail coupons

    It's Shopping Saturday! Save with our huge list of retail coupons
    Freebie Friday morphs into Shopping Saturday! Our fabulous freebie free-for-all goes coupon crazy so you can save at your all fave stores.  Plus, we have dining deals and fun things to do so you can keep on saving right through the weekend. "Like"...
  • Ford to add 2,000 jobs at Missouri plant to meet truck, van demand

    Ford to add 2,000 jobs at Missouri plant to meet truck, van demand
    Ford Motor Co. will add 2,000 jobs at a factory near Kansas City, Mo., to meet surging demand for pickup trucks and to build a new van. Helped by a rebound in housing and construction, trucks have become the hottest segment of the U.S. auto industry so...
  • Eiji Toyoda, car family scion who developed Corolla and Lexus, dies

    Eiji Toyoda, car family scion who developed Corolla and Lexus, dies
    Eiji Toyoda, a family scion who spearheaded Toyota Motor Corp.'s aggressive push into the U.S. auto market, has died. He was 100. Toyoda, a cousin of the Japanese automaker's founder Kiichiro Toyoda, died of heart failure Tuesday at Toyota Memorial...
  • Plan would turn abandoned pumping station into culinary center

    Plan would turn abandoned pumping station into culinary center
    It's mostly weeds that grow in the old industrial lots in East Baltimore, but developers have a plan to turn a collection of tumbling-down buildings at a former water pumping station into a place to produce something a bit more nutritious. Gregory...
  • A year after bankruptcy, lives unsettled still

    A year after bankruptcy, lives unsettled still
    The closing of the steel mill at Sparrows Point overwhelmed Bob Jennings. Too young to retire at 59, he faced a gloomy job market for local manufacturing workers and a bureaucracy that couldn't get him timely training help. He felt like a failure. No,...
  • San Onofre closure will remake local power grid, PUC chief says

    San Onofre closure will remake local power grid, PUC chief says
    The head of the California Public Utilities Commission said Tuesday that the permanent closure of the San Onofre nuclear plant leaves significant unanswered questions about the future energy supply for Southern California, particularly for San Diego and...
  • Desal plant moves closer to Coastal Commission hearing

    Poseidon Resources' desalination plant application is one step closer to being approved after a state agency deemed it complete, officials said. The Stamford, Conn.-based company's application was completed June 6. Poseidon is looking at an October or...